Personal Statement Of Experience (Pse) And Supplementary Essay

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Last updated: September 19, 2017

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Queen’s University is a community with limestone buildings, more than 175 years of tradition, research, a beautiful waterfront campus and academic excellence. But more than anything, Queen’s is its people. We are researchers, scholars, artists, professors and students with an ambitious spirit who want to develop ideas that can make a difference in the world. People who imagine what the future could be and work together to realize it.

Established by the Royal Charter of Queen Victoria in 1841, Queen’s is one of Canada’s oldest degree‑granting institutions. The university’s governance is modeled after the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.

Located on Lake Ontario, steps from the waterfront and downtown Kingston, our campus offers the perfect blend of leading-edge facilities and small‑town comfort.

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The Queen’s University campus is residential in nature. All applicants who are admitted to first year will have residence accommodation guaranteed if their residence application and deposit are received by the specified deadline.

The majority of first-year students choose to live in 1 of the University’s 17 residences.

An all‑inclusive, all-you-care-to-eat meal plan is complemented by “Flex Dollars” that may be used at a number of retail establishments on campus. Find more information about residence accommodations.

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The Bader International Study Centre (BISC) at Herstmonceux Castle, UK

Queen’s University’s international campus, the Bader International Study Centre (BISC), is situated on the 15th Century Herstmonceux Castle Estate in East Sussex, UK, and offers a unique study abroad opportunity. Programs at the BISC combine travel‑intensive field studies with internationally focused, fully accredited Queen’s courses. Smaller class sizes allow students first-hand experience that complements what they have learned in the classroom. Students can choose to spend their entire first year at the BISC, or a term or more in 1 of their upper years of study.

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Faculty of Arts and Science

Bachelor of Arts (Program Code QA)

Bachelor of Arts – English Language Bridging Pathway (QBridge) (Program Code QXA)

Bachelor of Science (Program Code QS)

Bachelor of Science – English Language Bridging Pathway (QBridge) (Program Code QXS)

Queen’s University’s Faculty of Arts and Science enables students to tailor their studies to suit their interests. Dynamic and challenging programs in the humanities, languages and social sciences, as well as the natural and physical sciences, provide both depth and breadth. As members of a fully integrated faculty, students have the flexibility to pursue 1 core field of study or to widen their concentration to encompass courses from a variety of areas.

The First-Year Program in England

The First-Year Program in England allows high school graduates to begin their university studies at the Bader International Study Centre (BISC), situated on the 15th Century Herstmonceux Castle Estate in East Sussex, UK. Small class sizes, academic field trips, cultural studies excursions and 2 week‑long midterm trips are essential elements of the First‑Year Program. The First-Year Program at the BISC is available to students in the following degree programs:

  • Bachelor of Arts (Program Code QIA)
  • Bachelor of Science (Program Code QIS)
  • Bachelor of Arts/Concurrent Education (QIB)

Following completion of the First-Year Program at the BISC, students return to Queen’s University’s main campus for their subsequent years of study. Bursaries and awards are available.

The Upper-Year Program in England

The Upper-Year Program presents students who have completed at least 1 year of university study with the opportunity to spend a term or a year abroad at the BISC.

A wide variety of course offerings (including social sciences, languages, humanities, and international business and law courses) permit students from all disciplines to take advantage of this unique study abroad opportunity.

The Upper-Year Program is open to university students from across Canada and around the world. Applications for this program are made directly to Queen’s, not through the OUAC.

Bachelor of Computing (Program Code QD)

The Bachelor of Computing program offers students the opportunity to study such advanced topics as artificial intelligence, computer graphics, human computer interfaces, neural and genetic computing, computational biology and medical informatics.

Students may choose from a General or Major concentration in Computing, a Major concentration in Computer Science, or from 1 of 4 Specialized programs:

  1. Biomedical Computing is the only program of its type in Canada and provides students with an education in the fundamental areas of computer science and life sciences. It also provides a link between these areas through specialized courses in medical informatics and computational biology.
  2. Cognitive Science is an interdisciplinary program that draws from computing, psychology, philosophy, linguistics and neuroscience. This specialization focuses on intelligence in artificial and living systems.
  3. Computing and Mathematics is designed to prepare students for graduate work in computing or career opportunities within the software industry. The program provides a solid foundation in computing and mathematics that is relevant to computing. The mathematical knowledge gained through this plan provides a significant advantage in competing for research‑oriented positions in high-tech industries.
  4. Software Design is a specialization designed to develop a new generation of high-tech innovators and entrepreneurs. Students will study topics such as database management, software engineering and software requirements.

Bachelor of Music (Program Code QM)

The School of Music meets the varied needs of each student with a program that is both flexible and diverse. Small classes and accessible faculty help to ensure a personalized, hands-on learning experience in a challenging, yet supportive environment.

Bachelor of Music Theatre (Program Code QMT)

The Bachelor of Music Theatre (BMT) Program provides students with theoretical and practical training in the 3 core disciplines of acting, singing and dancing, and also in the study of music theatre as a liberal arts subject. Students complete their first 2 years at St. Lawrence College in Brockville, and their final 2 years at Queen’s. An audition is required.

Concurrent Education

The following Concurrent Education programs lead to the completion of an Arts, Science, Music or Fine Art degree as well as an Education degree:

  • Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Program Code QB)
  • Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education, Bader International Study Centre – Herstmonceux Castle, England (Program Code QIB)
  • Bachelor of Fine Art/Bachelor of Education (Program Code QTT)
  • Bachelor of Music/Bachelor of Education (Program Code QMM)
  • Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Education (Program Code QF)

From your initial year of undergraduate study*, you begin taking Education courses and are provided with in-school experiences that form the basis of theoretical studies.

*Concurrent Education students who attend the BISC in first year will begin their Education courses in year 2.

Find more information about concurrent programs.

Bachelor of Fine Art (Visual Art) (Program Code QT)

The Queen’s Bachelor of Fine Art program combines seminar courses in the field of Art History with intensive studio training in the areas of painting, printmaking and sculpture/installation.

Individualized, uninterrupted instruction and studio time, along with regular opportunities to exhibit work, are hallmarks of the program.

Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (Program Code QK)

The Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology program encompasses the study of human movement on a continuum from cell structure and function to the place of human movement in a social context. The program is organized around a framework that includes explicit disciplinary content in the physical, behavioural and social sciences.

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Smith School of Business

Bachelor of Commerce (Program Code QC)

The Bachelor of Commerce program provides a solid foundation of management fundamentals across all aspects of business, and the opportunity to specialize in a particular area or areas of interest. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to choose electives from the Faculty of Arts and Science, which will broaden your perspective beyond business.

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Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science

Bachelor of Applied Science (Program Code QE)

Bachelor of Applied Science – English-Language Bridging Pathway (QBridge) (Program Code QXE)

Students in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Queen’s University complete a common first-year curriculum before streaming into 1 of the following disciplines for the start of second year:

  • Civil
  • Chemical
  • Computer
  • Electrical
  • Engineering Chemistry
  • Engineering Physics
  • Geological Engineering
  • Mathematics & Engineering
  • Mechanical
  • Mining

You will work on open-ended engineering projects in small groups and learn basic science and engineering designs, as well as communication and team skills.

Bachelor of Applied Science Program – Direct Entry to Electrical and Computer Engineering (Program Code QEC)

The direct entry option to Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) allows students who have already identified ECE as their choice of discipline the opportunity to begin studying ECE specific courses and content in first year.

The ECE Innovation Stream focuses on developing entrepreneurial skills, alongside the in-depth, world-class technical education offered by the Queen’s Engineering program. Students will participate in team-based learning that focuses on product development and prototype demonstration.

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School of Nursing

Bachelor of Nursing Science (Program Code QN)

Through an innovative, research-focused curriculum, the Nursing Science program provides students with a strong background in basic and behavioural sciences. As a graduate, students are prepared to become skilled practitioners or to use their nursing degree as a foundation for graduate study or other careers.

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Queen’s Online

Queen’s University offers a range of Online Studies options, including a number of degree programs.

  • Bachelor of Arts – English
  • Bachelor of Arts – Global Development Studies
  • Bachelor of Health Science
  • Bachelor of Arts – History
  • Bachelor of Arts – Liberal Studies
  • Bachelor of Science – Life Science
  • Bachelor of Arts – Psychology

Students considering Online Studies can begin in September, January or May. Find more information about Queen’s Online including, application procedures and admission requirements.

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Internship Program

This Queen’s University Internship Program (QUIP) allows students in their second or third year of studies to gain experience while earning money to offset the cost of their degree program. Internships of 12 or 16 months in duration provide an opportunity to gain relevant work experience at a high technical level within a time frame that allows students to undertake substantial projects. The program is optional and open to students in all undergraduate programs.

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International Experiences

Through the Bader International Study Centre (BISC) at Herstmonceux Castle, UK, and more than 160 exchange programs in 44 countries around the world, Queen’s University strongly encourages students to gain an international perspective. Students wishing to participate in an exchange program normally do so during their third year of study; however, students may study at the BISC in any year.

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Students with Disabilities

Queen’s provides services for registered Queen’s students with disabilities, including assessment, special exam and registration arrangements, note takers, adaptive technology, counselling, referral services, library aids, liaison with faculty and staff, and peer mentors.

Find information about available services for students with disabilities or by contact Student Wellness Services by phone at 613-533-6467, TTY 613-533-6566.

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Admission Scholarships and Awards

Queen’s University attracts a community of outstanding student scholars to its faculties and programs. To reward this high level of academic excellence, Queen’s offers a wide range of scholarships and awards to students entering the first year of postsecondary studies at Queen’s University.

The Major Admission Award (MAA) application must be submitted online through the Queen’s SOLUS Student Centre. Students are encouraged to submit Queen’s admission application through OUAC by November 15 to allow enough time to gain access to SOLUS and submit the online MAA application by the December 1 deadline. A practice MAA application is available on the Student Awards website to assist students with preparing your responses before the deadline.

Unless otherwise stated, entrance scholarships and awards are available only to Canadian citizens and permanent residents entering the first year of postsecondary education for the first time. Queen’s also offers admission scholarships to international students on the basis of superior academic ability; no scholarship application is required.

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Admission Bursaries

Bursaries are non-repayable grants available to students who demonstrate financial need. Bursaries are also available to students planning to study at the Bader International Study Centre at Herstmonceux in England.

The deadline to apply for a Queen’s Admission Bursary is February 15. Students are encouraged to apply by this deadline so they can be informed of their financial aid options at the same time as they are offered admission. The online Admission Bursary application will be available in September through the Queen’s SOLUS Student Centre.

Admission Bursaries are available only to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.

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Government Student Financial Assistance

The federal and provincial governments provide financial assistance for Canadian citizens, permanent residents and protected persons studying at the postsecondary level. This assistance is generally offered in the form of non-repayable grants and repayable loans allocated on the basis of demonstrated financial need (as determined by the government) and is intended to supplement student and family resources. Students may be eligible for student grants and/or loans by applying through the appropriate provincial or territorial authorities.

For further information about scholarships, awards, bursaries and government student financial assistance, contact Student Awards at 613-533-2216, email awards@queensu.ca or visit the student awards website.

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Admission Procedures

Students are required to pay a $90 non-refundable Queen’s University administrative fee to the OUAC.

The OUAC will forward applications to Queen’s University Undergraduate Admission and Recruitment. All students will be sent an acknowledgement email from Queen’s that provides instructions for accessing the SOLUS Student Centre. Students will use SOLUS to access their “To Do List” of required documents, to submit their Personal Statement of Experience (PSE) and Supplementary Essay (if applicable), and to monitor the status of their application(s).

For all programs except Commerce, it is strongly recommended that a PSE is submitted by February 15. For applicants whose marks fall within a critical grade range, Queen’s may consider the PSE in support of their application.

For Commerce, it is required that a PSE and a Supplementary Essay are submitted by February 15.

Students must continue to use SOLUS to monitor the status of their application(s). It is each student’s responsibility to ensure that they submit all required documentation to Queen’s and Queen’s receives it by the document deadline.

General guidelines for academic documentation:

  • High school applicants should provide a complete school transcript, mid‑year or predicted marks for in-progress courses, and a list of all courses in which they are registered during their final year of high school.
  • If students have attended a postsecondary institution, they must provide an official copy of their high school transcripts and postsecondary transcript(s).

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Entry Points

September entry only for full‑time studies.

September entry only for on-campus part-time studies.

Students registering in Online Studies can begin in September, January or May.

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Important Dates

December 1 – Admission:

  • Complete applications will start to be reviewed for offers of admission. Queen’s encourages all students to submit their documentation as early as possible.
  • See below for further PSE and document deadlines for continued consideration. (Note: Students may only submit 1 PSE/Supplementary Essay).
  • Applications will continue to be reviewed for admission throughout the entirety of the application cycle.

December 1 – Awards:

  • Last date to submit Major Admission Awards applications.

February 1:

  • Applications to all first-year programs due.
  • Last date to submit documents and transcripts for students with previous postsecondary studies applying to first-year Engineering and first-year Nursing.

February 15:

  • Due date for the Personal Statement of Experience (PSE) and Supplementary Essay (if applicable).
  • Last date to submit Admission Bursary applications.

April 30:

  • Last date to submit required documents for first-year programs.

Upper‑Year Programs Applications

Nursing Advanced Standing Track: January 1
All other programs: June 1

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Documents/Transcripts

Nursing Advanced Standing Track: February 1
All other upper-year programs: June 15

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Part-Time Studies

Part‑time admission is available in the following programs: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Computing. Part‑time, on‑campus study is available for September entry only. Application information for part-time studies is available online or by contacting Undergraduate Admission and Recruitment directly.

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Aboriginal/Indigenous Admission Policy

Queen’s University offers Aboriginal/Indigenous candidates an additional and alternative pathway for admission to the first year of a full-time, first-entry undergraduate degree program. Students must apply through the OUAC and submit a separate letter to Undergraduate Admission and Recruitment stating their interest in being considered under this policy. Students must also provide evidence of Aboriginal/Indigenous ancestry with their request. Find more information about Aboriginal Admission Policy.

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Test of Facility in English

Students who have not lived in a country where English is the acknowledged primary language or attended an educational institution full-time where the language of instruction was English, for the most recent 3 years prior to beginning their university studies must achieve a satisfactory score on 1 of the tests of facility in English listed here. The university reserves the right to request a standardized English‑language test score.

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)

iBT 88 overall: 24 Writing, 22 Speaking, 22 Reading, 20 Listening.

International English Language Testing System (IELTS)

Score of 6.5 on Academic Module with no band below 6.0.

PTE Academic

Overall score of 60.

Canadian Academic English Language Assessment (CAEL)

Overall band of 70 with no band below 60.

Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB)

Score of 90.

The Test of Facility in English is a firm requirement. Students who are unsure if they meet Queen’s University’s language requirements should submit an acceptable English-language test score as soon as possible to avoid potential delays processing their application for admission.

Test results must be sent directly to Queen’s by the testing centre.

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Queen’s School of English

If a satisfactory grade on a 12-week English for Academic Purposes course completed at Queen’s School of English is achieved prior to the time of application, an English-language test score may not be required. Find detailed information about the Queen’s School of English.

QBridge – English Language Bridging Pathway

QBridge is an English-language pathway to Queen’s University for students who are academically competitive for admission to a Queen’s undergraduate degree program but who do not meet the required admission standard for English‑language proficiency.

Students accepted to Queen’s through the QBridge pathway are required to complete fall and/or winter terms of the English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Program before progressing to their undergraduate degree studies the following September.

The 1+4 (5 years) pathway ensures that students are linguistically, academically and culturally prepared to complete their Queen’s undergraduate degree studies.

Eligible Degree Programs

QBridge is available as a pathway to the following undergraduate degree programs:

  • Bachelor of Arts (Program Code QXA)
  • Bachelor of Science (Program Code QXS)
  • Bachelor of Science Engineering (Program Code QXE)

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Transfer Credits

Queen’s University may grant transfer credit to students coming from a number of different programs, including Advanced Placement (AP) International Baccalaureate (IB), French Baccalaureate and GCE/Advanced Levels. Find detailed information about transfer credits and eligibility.

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Visiting Queen’s

The campus tour program is offered daily, Monday through Friday, excluding public holidays and exam times.

The Fall Preview and the March Break Open House are also excellent opportunities to visit Queen’s.

Find details and registration for campus tours.

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Contact Information

Undergraduate Admission and Recruitment
Queen’s University
Gordon Hall
74 Union Street
Kingston ON  K7L 3N6

Telephone: 613‑533‑2218
Student Awards: 613‑533‑2216
Email: admission@queensu.ca

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